King George VI lays a wreath at the Whitehall Cenotaph on Armistice Day, in remembrance of fallen war veterans
SLATE INFORMATION: The Day of Remembrance
ENGLAND: London: Westminster: Whitehall:
ARMISTICE 1948 Day of Remembrance. King and Duke of Edinburgh lays wreaths. Two minutes silence. Queen Mary and Margaret join in service from Home Office balcony. March-past by Old Comrades and widows. Crosses being laid in Westminster Garden of Remembrance.
CENOTAPH 1948 Day of Remembrance. King lays wreath of poppies. Duke of Edinburgh lays another wreath. Crosses laid in Garden of Remembrance.
DUKE OF EDINBURGH Lays a wreath on the Cenotaph after the King on Armistice Day 1948.
GEORGE VI Lays wreath on the Cenotaph followed by Duke of Edinburgh in 1948 armistice Day
PRINCESS MARGARET Joins in Remembrance Day service with Queen Mary from Home Office balcony 1948
MARY - THE QUEEN MOTHER Joins in 1948 Remembrance Day service from balcony of Home Office. With Princess Margaret
"OLD CONTEMPTABLES" Marchpast Cenotaph in 1948 Day of Remembrance
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Background: King George VI lays a wreath at the Whitehall Cenotaph on Armistice Day, in remembrance of fallen war veterans